Martina Corà

Viasaterna presents the new project In Crescendo by Martina Corà (Como, 1987), which investigates music as origin and form, shaping her sculptures made with 3D printing. This transposition passes through a digital process, involving a software able to detect the movements of the orchestra conductor, while performing a piece. Along with the sculptures presented in the exhibition, there will be a concert by the ensemble Musica Instrumentalis conducted by Giovanni Pavesi on the day of the opening.

With a journey through codifications and translations, which has the same character of the crescendo in music, widening the dynamism of the sound vibration into the inscription in gesture, then in the technological soul and, finally, in the three-dimensional and tactile visualization, the artist creates a plan of shared occupation, a slot between music and form, finding the common ground into harmony that describes the two spheres.

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Martina Corà

Viasaterna presents the new project In Crescendo by Martina Corà (Como, 1987), which investigates music as origin and form, shaping her sculptures made with 3D printing. This transposition passes through a digital process, involving a software able to detect the movements of the orchestra conductor, while performing a piece. Along with the sculptures presented in the exhibition, there will be a concert by the ensemble Musica Instrumentalis conducted by Giovanni Pavesi on the day of the opening.

With a journey through codifications and translations, which has the same character of the crescendo in music, widening the dynamism of the sound vibration into the inscription in gesture, then in the technological soul and, finally, in the three-dimensional and tactile visualization, the artist creates a plan of shared occupation, a slot between music and form, finding the common ground into harmony that describes the two spheres.

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